One reason nobody knows who’s a “real conservative” — and there’s even controversy over who’s really a libertarian — is that few people know the history of either of these movements. Jason Jewell walks us through that history and the often rocky but sometimes fruitful relationship between the two groups.
About the Guest
Jason Jewell is chairman of the department of humanities at Faulkner University, an associated scholar of the Mises Institute, and a faculty member at LibertyClassroom.com.
Lecture 1: The History of Conservatism and Libertarianism
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